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1900-1930 in football

1900

British home championship
Scotland - winner, Robert McColl - Scotland -3
                            Alex Smith - Scotland - 3

Argentina: English High School
Belgium: Racing Club de Bruxelles
England: Aston Villa - Champion  ,

W.Garraty - Aston Villa   27 goals

FA Cup Burry -
France: Le Havre
Ireland: Belfast Celtic
Italy: Genoa
Netherlands: HVV Den Haag
Scotland: Rangers
Sweden: AIK
Switzerland: Grasshopper Zurich
Uruguay: CURCC (first winners of Primera División Uruguaya)

1901

British home championship
England - winner,

Steve Bloomer - England - 5
                       
Bob Hamilton  - Scotland - 5

National champions

Argentina: Alumni Athletic Club
Belgium: Racing Club de Bruxelles
England: Liverpool - Champion , S.Bloomer  - Derby County -  23
             Tottenham Hotspur - FA Cup
France: Standard AC Meudon
Hungary: Budapest T.C. (first Hungarian League champions)
Ireland: Distillery
Italy: A.C. Milan
Netherlands: HVV Den Haag
Scotland: Rangers
Sweden: AIK
Switzerland: Grasshopper Zurich
Uruguay: CURCC

1902

British Home Championship
Scotland winner,

Alex Smith - Scotland - 3
Bob Hamilton - Scotland - 3
                        
Jimmy Settle - England-3
 Andy Garra - Ireland - 3

Winners club national championship

England :Sunderland, J.Settle   Everton       18
              Sheffield United - FA Cup
Hungary:Hungarian National Championship I – Budapesti T.C.
Scotland:Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Hibernian

1903

British Home Championship
Shared by  England,  Scotland &  Ireland,

Vivian Woodward - England - 4

Winners club national championship

England:The Wednesday,

 S.Raybould     Liverpool     31

FA Cup - Burry
Hungary:Hungarian National Championship I: Ferencvárosi TC, first-time champions
Scotland:Scottish Division One – Hibernian
Scottish Cup – Rangers

1904



British Home Championship (February 29 – April 9, 1904)
England,

Alf Common - England - 2
           
Joseph Bache - England - 2


Winners club national championship

England:The Wednesday, S.Bloomer   Derby County  20
Manchester City - FA Cup
Hungary:Hungarian National Championship I: MTK, first-time champions
Scottish Division One – Third Lanark
Scottish Cup – Celtic

1905


British Home Championship (February 25 – April 8, 1905)
 England,Vivian Woodward - England - 2
            
Charlie Thompson - Scotland - 2

Walter Watkins - Wales - 2

Grenville Morris - Wales - 2


Winners club national championship

England: Newcastel United,  A.Brown    Sheffield Utd 22
Aston Villa - FA Cup
Germany: Union 92 Berlin
Hungary:Hungarian National Championship I: Ferencvárosi TC
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Third Lanark





1906


Winners club national championship

England: Liverpool, W.White   Bolton Wand   26
FA Cup - Everton
Italy: A.C. Milan
Greece: Ethnikos G.S. Athens (First Greek Champion
Paraguay: Club Guaraní
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Hearts


British Home Championship (27 February – 7 April 1906)
Shared by  England &  Scotland,William Green -Wales - 3



1907


Winners club national championship

English Football League First Division – Newcastle United,  A.Young     Everton       28
English FA Cup – Sheffield Wednesday
Italy: A.C. Milan
Greece: Ethnikos G.S. Athens
Paraguay: Club Guaraní
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Celtic

International tournaments

British Home Championship (March 16 – April 6, 1907)
 Wales,William Jones - Wales - 2


1908


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Belgrano(*)
Belgium : Racing CB
England: Manchester United,  E.West    Nottm Forest  27
FA Cup: Wolves
Finland: Unitas Helsinki
Germany: Viktoria Berlin (winners of a regional league play-off)(*)
Hungary: MTK(*)
Italy: Pro Vercelli(*)
Netherlands : Quick Den Haag(*)
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Celtic
Sweden: IFK Gothenburg(*)
Switzerland: FC Winterthur (winners of a play-off)(*)
Uruguay: River Plate(*)
Greece: F.C. Goudi Athens
(*)Amateur league

International tournaments


British Home Championship
Shared by  England and  Scotland,Vivian Woodward - England - 4
                                                 
George Hildson - England - 4


1909


Winners club national championship

England: Newcastle United,  B.Freeman   Everton       38
FA Cup - Manchester United
Germany: Phönix Karlsruhe
Greece: Peiraikos sindesmos Pireas
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – After two drawn games between Celtic and Rangers and a riot the cup was withheld.

International tournaments

 British Home Championship (February 13 – April 3, 1909)
 England,Vivian Woodward - England - 2
              George Hildson - England - 2
              William Davies - Wales - 2
            
George Wall - England - 2
 Harold Paul - Scotland -2
           
Jimmy McMenemy - Scotland - 2


1910


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Alumni Athletic Club
Belgium: Union Saint-Gilloise
England: Aston Villa,

J.Parkinson     Liverpool     30
FA Cup - Newcastle United
Germany: Karlsruher FV
Hungary: Ferencváros
Italy: Internazionale Milano F.C.
Luxembourg: Racing Club Luxembourg
Netherlands: H.V.V.
Paraguay: Club Libertad
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Dundee
Sweden: IFK Göteborg
Uruguay: CA River Plate
Greece: F.C. Goudi Athens

International tournaments

British Home Championship (March 12 – April 11, 1912)
 Scotland,

Frank Thompson - Ireland - 2
           
 Robert Evans - Wales - 2
             
Grenville Morris - Wales - 2


1911


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Alumni Athletic Club
Belgium: Cercle Brugge
England: Manchester United,

 A.Shepherd  Newcastle Utd 25
FA Cup - Bradford City
Germany: Viktoria 89 Berlin
Hungary: Ferencváros
Italy: Pro Vercelli
Luxembourg: Sporting Club
Netherlands: Sparta Rotterdam
Paraguay: Club Nacional
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Celtic
Sweden: AIK
Uruguay: C.U.R.C.C.
Greece: Panellinios Podosfairikos Omilos Athens


International tournaments

British Home Championship (January 28 – April 3, 1911)
 England, Grenville Morris - Wales - 3

1912


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Estudiantil Porteño, Quilmes Athletic Club
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: Daring CB
England: Blackburn Rovers,

 H.Hampton       Aston Villa   25
                                        
G.Holley        Sunderland    25
D.McLean        The Wednesday 25
FA Cup - Barnsley
Germany: FV Holstein Kiel
Hungary: Ferencváros
Iceland: KR
Italy: Pro Vercelli
Luxembourg: US Hollerich
Netherlands: Sparta Rotterdam
Paraguay: Olimpia
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Celtic
Sweden: Djurgårdens IF
Uruguay: Nacional
Greece: F.C. Goudi Athens

International tournaments

British Home Championship (February 10 – April 13, 1912)
Shared by  Scotland &  England,

 Harold Fleming - England - 3
                                              
 George Holley - England - 3



1913


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club, Estudiantes LP
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: Union Saint-Gilloise
Denmark: Kjøbenhavns Boldklub
England: Sunderland F.C.,   D.McLean    The Wednesday 30
FA Cup - Aston Villa
France: Cercle Athlétique de Paris
Germany: VfB Leipzig
Hungary: Ferencváros
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Pro Vercelli
Netherlands: Sparta Rotterdam
Paraguay: Cerro Porteño
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Falkirk
Sweden: Örgryte IS
Uruguay: CA River Plate
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

 British Home Championship (January 18 – April 5, 1913)
 England ,

Billy Gilespie - Ireland - 2
             
Harry Hampton - England - 2


1914


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club, Estudiantiles Porteño
Austria: Wiener AF
Belgium: Daring CB
Denmark: Kjøbenhavns Boldklub
England: Blackburn Rovers, G.Elliott  Middlesbrough 32
FA Cup - Burnley
France: Olympique Lillois
Germany: SpVgg Fürth
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Casale
Netherlands: H.V.V.
Paraguay: Olimpia
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Celtic
Sweden: AIK
Uruguay: CA River Plate
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

 British Home Championship (January 19, 1914 – April 4, 1914)
 Ireland , Billy Gilespie - Ireland - 3



1915


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club
Austria: Wiener AC
Cuba: Hispano América (La Habana)
Denmark: B93
England: Everton F.C. ,

R.Parker   Everton       35
FA Cup - Sheffield United
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Genoa 1893
Luxembourg: US Hollerich
Netherlands: Sparta Rotterdam
Paraguay: Cerro Porteño
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – No competition.
Sweden: Djurgårdens IF
Uruguay: Nacional


1916


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: no national championship
Denmark: KB
England: no national championship
FA Cup - no competition
France: no national championship
Germany: no national championship
Hungary: no national championship
Iceland: Fram
Italy: no national championship
Luxembourg: US Hollerich
Netherlands: Willem II
Paraguay: Olimpia
Scotland: Celtic F.C.
Sweden: AIK
Uruguay: Nacional
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

South American Championship 1916 in Argentina (July 2, 1916 – July 17, 1916)
 Uruguay ,

 Isabelino Gradin - Uruguay - 3 goals


1917


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: no national championship
Denmark: KB
England: no national championship
FA Cup -
France: no national championship
Germany: no national championship
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Fram
Italy: no national championship
Luxembourg: US Hollerich
Netherlands: Go Ahead
Paraguay: Club Libertad
Scotland: Celtic F.C.
Sweden: Djurgårdens IF
Uruguay: Nacional
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

South American Championship 1917 in Uruguay (September 30, 1917 – October 14, 1917)
 Uruguay ,

Angel Romano - Uruguay - 4 goals


1918


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Racing Club
Austria: Floridsdorfer AC
Belgium: no national championship
Denmark: KB
England: no national championship
France: no national championship
Germany: no national championship
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Fram
Italy: no national championship
Luxembourg: CS Fola Esch
Netherlands: Ajax Amsterdam
Paraguay: Cerro Porteño
Scotland: Rangers F.C.
Sweden: IFK Göteborg
Uruguay: Peñarol
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.


1919


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Boca Juniors, Racing Club
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: no national championship
Denmark: Akademisk Boldklub
England: no national championship
France: no national championship
Germany: no national championship
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: KR
Italy: no national championship
Luxembourg: Sporting Club Luxembourg
Netherlands: Ajax Amsterdam
Paraguay: Cerro Porteño
Scotland: Celtic F.C.
Sweden: GAIS
Uruguay: Nacional
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

South American Championship 1919 in Brazil (May 11, 1919 – May 29, 1919)
 Brazil ,

Arthur Friedenreich - Brazil - 4 goals
         
Neco - Brazil - 4


1920


Winners club national championship

Argentina: Boca Juniors, River Plate
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: Club Brugge
Denmark: B 1903
England: West Bromwich Albion ,

F.Morris   West Brom Alb 37

FA Cup - Aston Villa
France: no national championship
Germany: 1. FC Nuremberg
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Víkingur
Italy: Internazionale Milano F.C.
Luxembourg: CS Fola Esch
Netherlands: Be Quick
Paraguay: Club Libertad
Poland: not finished due to Polish-Soviet War; most probably champions would have been Cracovia
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Kilmarnock
Sweden: Djurgårdens IF
Uruguay: Nacional
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

1920 British Home Championship (October 25, 1919 – April 10, 1920)
 Wales , Stan Davies - Wales - 3

South American Championship 1920 in Chile (September 11, 1920 – October 3, 1920)


Uruguay ,

 Angel Romano - Uruguay - 3

Jose Perez - Uruguay - 3


1921


Winners club national championship



France - Italy (1-2), friendly, 20th february 1921.
Argentina: Club Atlético Huracán, Racing Club
Austria: Rapid Vienna
Belgium: Daring CB
Denmark: Akademisk Boldklub
England: Burnley F.C. ,

J.Smith   Bolton Wand   38
FA Cup - Tottenham Hotspur
France: no national championship
Germany: 1. FC Nuremberg
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Pro Vercelli
Luxembourg: Jeunesse Esch
Netherlands: NAC Breda
Paraguay: Club Guaraní
Poland: Cracovia
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Partick Thistle
Sweden: IFK Eskilstuna
Uruguay: Peñarol
Greece: 1913 to 1921 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.

International tournaments

British Home Championship (October 23, 1920 – April 9, 1921)
 Scotland , Andrew Wilson - Scotland - 4
South American Championship 1921 in Argentina (October 2, 1921 – October 30, 1921)
 Argentina ,

 Julio Libonatti - Argentina - 3


1922


Winners club national championship

Belgium: Germinal Beerschot
Denmark: Kjøbenhavns Boldklub
England: Liverpool F.C. ,
GOAL HERO: Middlesbrough striker Andy Wilson
A.Wilson    Middlesbrough 31

FA Cup - Huddersfield Town
Germany: The 1922 championship was not awarded. Hamburger SV and 1. FC Nuremberg had qualified for the final and played two matches, which finished 2-2 and 1-1, both after extra time. The second match was abandoned after Nuremberg had only 7 players left (8 were at the time required); initially the title was awarded to HSV (since Nuremberg had caused the abandonment), but this was revoked after an appeal by Nuremberg; another appeal by HSV followed, and at an extraordinary general meeting of the German FA they were awarded the title again, but they declined to accept it.
Greece: 1913 to 1922 - no championship titles due to the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.
Hungary: MTK Hungária FC
Iceland: Fram
Poland: Pogoń Lwów
Scottish Division One – Celtic
Scottish Cup – Greenock Morton

International tournaments

British Home Championship (October 22, 1921 – April 8, 1922)
 Scotland , Andrew Wilson - Scotland -3
              
Billy Gilespie - Ireland - 3
South American Championship 1922 in Brazil (September 17, 1922 – October 22, 1922)
 Brazil , Julio Francia - Argentina - 4


1923


Winners club national championship

Belgium: Union Saint-Gilloise
Denmark: BK Frem
England: Liverpool F.C. ,

C.Buchan    Sunderland    30
FA Cup - Bolton Wanderers
Germany: Hamburger SV
Greece: Peiraikos Syndesmos
Hungary: MTK Hungária
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Genoa 1893
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: Građanski Zagreb
Paraguay: Club Guaraní
Poland: Pogoń Lwów
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Celtic

International tournaments

 British Home Championship (October 21, 1922 – April 14, 1923)
 Scotland , Andrew Wilson - 4
South American Championship 1923 in Uruguay (October 29, 1923 – December 2, 1923)
 Uruguay ,

Pedro Petrone-  Uruguay - 3
Vicente Aguire - Argentina - 3



1924


Winners club national championship

Belgium: Germinal Beerschot
Denmark: B 1903
England: Huddersfield Town ,

 W.Chadwick   Everton       28
FA Cup - Newcastle United
Germany: 1. FC Nuremberg
Greece: Regional Championships:
             EPSA (Athens) Apollonas Athinon
             EPSM (Thessaloniki) Aris
             EPSP (Patras) Panachaiki
Hungary: MTK Hungária
Iceland: Víkingur
Italy: Genoa 1893
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: SK Jugoslavija
Netherlands: Feyenoord Rotterdam
Poland: Championships did not take place due to preparations of national team to 1924 Paris, France Olympic Games
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Airdrieonians
Turkey: Harbiye Talimgah

International tournaments

1924 British Home Championship (October 20, 1923 – April 12, 1924)
 Wales , Willie Davies - Wales - 2
Olympic Games in Paris, France (May 25 – June 9, 1924)
 Uruguay ,

Pedro Petrone - Uruguay - 7 goals
 1924-28 Nordic Football Championship  1924: (June 15 – September 21, 1924)
Sweden ,

Sven Rydell - Sweeden - 5 goals
 South American Championship 1924 in Uruguay (October 12, 1924 – November 2, 1924)
 Uruguay , Pedro Petrone - Uruguay - 4 goals


1925


Winners club national championship

Belgium: Germinal Beerschot
Denmark: Kjøbenhavns Boldklub
England: Huddersfield Town ,

 F.Roberts   Manchester C  31
FA Cup - Sheffield United
Germany: 1. FC Nuremberg
Greece: Regional Championships :EPSA (Athens) Panathinaikos, EPSP (Pireas)Olympiacos, EPSP (Patras)Panachaiki
Hungary: MTK Hungária
Iceland: Fram
Italy: Bologna F.C. 1909
Paraguay: Olimpia Asunción
Poland: Pogoń Lwów
Scottish Division One – Rangers
Scottish Cup – Celtic

International tournaments

1925 British Home Championship (October 22, 1924 – April 18, 1925)
 Scotland ,

Hughie Gallagher - Scotland - 5
1924-28 Nordic Football Championship 1925: (June 14 - August 23, 1925)
Sweden ,

Sven Rydell - Sweeden - 5 goals
South American Championship 1925 in Argentina (November 29, 1925 – December 25, 1925)
 Argentina ,

Manuel Seoane - Argentina - 6 goals


1926


Events

PAOK FC was founded in Thessaloniki, Greece. SC Lourinhanense was founded in Lisbon, Portugal.
[edit]Winners club national championship

Denmark: B1903
England: Huddersfield Town F.C. ,

E.Harper    Blackburn R   43
FA Cup - Bolton Wanderers
Greece: Regional Championships:
            EPSA (Athens) Panathinaikos
            EPSP (Pireas)Olympiacos
            EPSM (Thessaloniki) Aris
            EPSP (Patras) A.P.S. Olympiakos Patras
Iceland: KR
Ireland: Shelbourne
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: Građanski Zagreb
Netherlands: SC Enschede
Poland: Pogoń Lwów
Scotland: Celtic F.C.

International tournaments

British Home Championship (October 24, 1925 – April 17, 1926)
 Scotland ,

Hugh Gallagher - Scotland - 3
Nordic Football Championship  1926: (June 9 - October 3, 1926)
Denmark , Rohde - Denmark - 3 goals
South American Championship 1926 in Chile (October 12, 1926 – November 3, 1926)
 Uruguay ,

David Arellano - Chile - 7 goals


1927


Winners club national championship

Denmark: B93
England: Newcastle United , J.Trotter  The Wednesday 37
FA Cup - Cardiff City
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: Hajduk Split
Paraguay: Olimpia Asunción
Poland: Wisła Kraków
Greece: Regional Championships:
EPSA (Athens) Panathinaikos
EPSP (Pireas) Olympiacos
EPSM (Thessaloniki) Iraklis
EPSP (Patras) A.P.S. Olympiakos Patras
Iceland: KR
Scotland: Rangers F.C.
Turkey: Muhafızgücü

International tournaments

1927 British Home Championship (October 20, 1926 – April 9, 1927)
Shared by  England &  Scotland ,

 Dixie Dean - England - 4
Nordic Football Championship  1927: (June 19 - October 30, 1927)
 Denmark ,

Sven Rydell - 3 goals
South American Championship 1927 in Peru (October 30, 1927 – November 27, 1927)
 Argentina ,

Alfredo Carricaberry  - Argentina- 3 goals
                  Segundo Luna - Argentina
                  Roberto Figueroa - Uruguay
                  Pedro Petrone - Uruguay
                  Héctor Scarone -Uruguay



1928



 Winners club national championship

Argentina: Huracán
Belgium: R. Antwerp F.C.
Denmark: B93
England: Everton F.C. , W.Dean     Everton       60
FA Cup - Blackburn
Greece: Aris Thessaloniki F.C.
Iceland: KR
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: Građanski Zagreb
Netherlands: Feyenoord Rotterdam
Paraguay: Olimpia Asunción
Poland: Wisła Kraków
Scotland: Rangers F.C.

International tournaments

British Home Championship (October 22, 1927 – March 31, 1928)
 Wales ,

 Alex Jackson - 3 goals
Olympic Games in Amsterdam, Netherlands (May 27 – June 13, 1928)
 Uruguay
 Baltic Cup 1928 in Estonia (July 25–27, 1928)
 Latvia
Nordic Football Championship  1928: (June 7 - October 7, 1928)
 Denmark (1928)



1929


Winners club national championship

England - The Wednesday ,

D.Halliday   Sunderland    43
FA Cup - Bolton Wanderers
Denmark: B93
Iceland: KR
Netherlands: PSV Eindhoven
Paraguay: Olimpia Asunción
Poland: Warta Poznan
Spain: F.C. Barcelona
Greece: not held due to financial reasons
Ireland: Shelbourne
Argentina: Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata

International tournaments

British Home Championship (October 22, 1928 – April 13, 1929)
 Scotland ,

Hugh Gallagher - Scotland - 7 goals
Baltic Cup 1929 in Latvia (August 14–16, 1929)
 Estonia
Nordic Football Championship
1929: (June 14 - October 13, 1929)
 Norway (1929)
South American Championship 1929 in Argentina (November 1, 1929 – November 17, 1929)
 Argentina ,

Aurelio Gonzales - Paraguay - 5 goals


FA Cup


1899–1900 Bury 4–0 Southampton Crystal Palace 68,945
1900–01 Tottenham Hotspur 2–2 Sheffield United Crystal Palace 110,820
(R) Tottenham Hotspur 3–1 Sheffield United Burnden Park 20,470
1901–02 Sheffield United 1–1 Southampton Crystal Palace 76,914
(R) Sheffield United 2–1 Southampton Crystal Palace 33,068
1902–03 Bury 6–0 Derby County Crystal Palace 63,102
1903–04 Manchester City 1–0 Bolton Wanderers Crystal Palace 61,374
1904–05 Aston Villa 2–0 Newcastle United Crystal Palace 101,117
1905–06 Everton 1–0 Newcastle United Crystal Palace 75,609
1906–07 The Wednesday 2–1 Everton Crystal Palace 84,594
1907–08 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–1 Newcastle United Crystal Palace 74,697
1908–09 Manchester United 1–0 Bristol City Crystal Palace 71,401
1909–10 Newcastle United 1–1 Barnsley Crystal Palace 77,747
(R) Newcastle United 2–0 Barnsley Goodison Park 69,000
1910–11 Bradford City 0–0 Newcastle United Crystal Palace 69,068
(R) Bradford City 1–0 Newcastle United Old Trafford 58,000
1911–12 Barnsley 0–0 West Bromwich Albion Crystal Palace 54,556
(R) Barnsley 1–0* West Bromwich Albion Bramall Lane 38,555
1912–13 Aston Villa 1–0 Sunderland Crystal Palace 121,919
1913–14 Burnley 1–0 Liverpool Crystal Palace 72,778
1914–15 Sheffield United 3–0 Chelsea Old Trafford 49,557
1919–20 Aston Villa 1–0 * Huddersfield Town Stamford Bridge 50,018
1920–21 Tottenham Hotspur 1–0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Stamford Bridge 72,805
1921–22 Huddersfield Town 1–0 Preston North End Stamford Bridge 53,000
1922–23 Bolton Wanderers 2–0 West Ham United Wembley Stadium (original) 126,047[A]
1923–24 Newcastle United 2–0 Aston Villa Wembley Stadium (original) 91,695
1924–25 Sheffield United 1–0 Cardiff City Wembley Stadium (original) 91,763
1925–26 Bolton Wanderers 1–0 Manchester City Wembley Stadium (original) 91,447
1926–27 Cardiff City 1–0 Arsenal Wembley Stadium (original) 91,206
1927–28 Blackburn Rovers 3–1 Huddersfield Town Wembley Stadium (original) 92,041
1928–29 Bolton Wanderers 2–0 Portsmouth Wembley Stadium (original) 92,576

The football league


1989-00 Aston Villa The Wednesday
1900–01 Liverpool Grimsby Town
1901–02 Sunderland West Bromwich Albion
1902–03 The Wednesday Manchester City
1903–04 The Wednesday Preston North End
1904–05 Newcastle United Liverpool
1905–06 Liverpool Bristol City
1906–07 Newcastle United Nottingham Forest
1907–08 Manchester United Bradford City
1908–09 Newcastle United Bolton Wanderers
1909–10 Aston Villa Manchester City
1910–11 Manchester United West Bromwich Albion
1911–12 Blackburn Rovers Derby County
1912–13 Sunderland Preston North End
1913–14 Blackburn Rovers Notts County
1914–15 Everton Derby County
1915–19 League suspended due to World War I
1919–20 West Bromwich Albion Tottenham Hotspur
1920–1921
In 1920 the Football League admitted the clubs from the first division of the Southern League (the Southern League continued with its remaining clubs) and Grimsby Town, who had failed to be re-elected to the Second Division the season before and been replaced by Cardiff City (of the Southern League). The clubs were placed in the new Third Division:
Season First Division Champions Second Division Champions Third Division Champions
1920–21 Burnley Birmingham Crystal Palace
1921–1958
After just one season under the old format, the League expanded again. This time it admitted a number of clubs from the north of England to balance things out, as the last expansion brought mainly clubs from the south. The existing Third Division was renamed the Third Division South, and the new division was named the Third Division North. Grimsby Town transferred to the new northern division. Both divisions ran in parallel, with clubs from both Third Divisions being promoted to the national Second Division at the end of each season:
Season First Division Champions Second Division Champions Third Division (North) Champions Third Division (South) Champions
1921–22 Liverpool Nottingham Forest Stockport County Southampton
1922–23 Liverpool Notts County Nelson Bristol City
1923–24 Huddersfield Town Leeds United Wolverhampton Wanderers Portsmouth
1924–25 Huddersfield Town Leicester City Darlington Swansea City
1925–26 Huddersfield Town The Wednesday Grimsby Town Reading
1926–27 Newcastle United Middlesbrough Stoke City Bristol City
1927–28 Everton Manchester City Bradford Park Avenue Millwall
1928–29 The Wednesday Middlesbrough Bradford City Charlton Athletic



1900  W.Garraty       Aston Villa   27
1901  S.Bloomer       Derby County  23
1902  J.Settle        Everton       18
1903  S.Raybould      Liverpool     31
1904  S.Bloomer       Derby County  20
1905  A.Brown         Sheffield Utd 22
1906  W.White         Bolton Wand   26
1907  A.Young         Everton       28
1908  E.West          Nottm Forest  27
1909  B.Freeman       Everton       38
1910  J.Parkinson     Liverpool     30
1911  A.Shepherd      Newcastle Utd 25
1912  H.Hampton       Aston Villa   25
          G.Holley        Sunderland    25
          D.McLean        The Wednesday 25
1913  D.McLean        The Wednesday 30
1914  G.Elliott       Middlesbrough 32
1915  R.Parker        Everton       35
1920  F.Morris        West Brom Alb 37
1921  J.Smith         Bolton Wand   38
1922  A.Wilson        Middlesbrough 31
1923  C.Buchan        Sunderland    30
1924  W.Chadwick      Everton       28
1925  F.Roberts       Manchester C  31
1926  E.Harper        Blackburn R   43
1927  J.Trotter       The Wednesday 37
1928  W.Dean          Everton       60
1929  D.Halliday      Sunderland    43




British home championship



1899–1900 Scotland Wales /  England Ireland
1900–01 England Scotland Wales Ireland
1901–02 Scotland England Ireland Wales
1902–03 England /  Ireland /  Scotland Wales
1903–04 England Ireland Scotland /  Wales
1904–05 England Wales Scotland /  Ireland
1905–06 England /  Scotland Wales Ireland
1906–07 Wales England Scotland Ireland
1907–08 England /  Scotland Ireland Wales
1908–09 England Wales Scotland Ireland
1909–10 Scotland England /  Ireland Wales
1910–11 England Scotland Wales Ireland
1911–12 England /  Scotland Ireland Wales
1912–13 England Scotland /  Wales Ireland
1913–14 Ireland Scotland England Wales
1914–15 Cancelled due to World War I
1915–16
1916–17
1917–18
1918–19
1919–20 Wales Scotland /  England Ireland
1920–21 Scotland Wales /  England Ireland
1921–22 Scotland Wales /  England Ireland
1922–23 Scotland England Ireland Wales
1923–24 Wales Scotland Ireland England
1924–25 Scotland England Wales /  Ireland
1925–26 Scotland Ireland Wales England
1926–27 Scotland /  England Wales /  Ireland
1927–28 Wales Ireland Scotland England
1928–29 Scotland England Wales /  Ireland


South American   Championship era

Year            Host          Champions Runners-Up Third Place Fourth Place
1916 Argentina      Uruguay Argentina Brazil Chile
1917 Uruguay      Uruguay Argentina Brazil Chile
1919 Brazil         Brazil Uruguay Argentina Chile
1920 Chile      Uruguay Argentina Brazil Chile
1921 Argentina    Argentina Brazil Uruguay Paraguay
1922 Brazil         Brazil Paraguay Uruguay Argentina
1923 Uruguay     Uruguay Argentina Paraguay Brazil
1924 Uruguay     Uruguay Argentina Paraguay Chile
1925[A] Argentina    Argentina Brazil Paraguay N/A
1926 Chile     Uruguay Argentina Chile Paraguay
1927 Peru   Argentina Uruguay Peru Bolivia
1929 Argentina   Argentina Paraguay Uruguay


Copa América player of the tournament

Year          Player
1916 Isabelino Gradín

1917 Héctor Scarone
1919 Arthur Friedenreich

1920 José Piendibene

1921 Américo Tesoriere

1922 Agostinho Fortes Filho

1923 José Nasazzi
1924 Pedro Petrone
1925 Manuel Seoane
1926 José Leandro Andrade
1927 Manuel Seoane

1929 Manuel Ferreira





Top goalscorers by tournament

Year                  Player          Country Goals
1916 Isabelino Gradín Uruguay     3
1917 Ángel Romano          Uruguay     4
1919 Arthur Friedenreich   Brazil     4
                        Neco           Brazil     4
1920 José Pérez           Uruguay     3
                Angel Romano           Uruguay     3
1921 Julio Libonatti           Argentina   3
1922 Julio Francia           Argentina   4
1923 Valdino Aguirre Argentina     3
                Pedro Petrone           Uruguay     3
1924 Pedro Petrone            Uruguay     4
1925 Manuel Seoane           Argentina   6
1926 David Arellano           Chile     7
1927 Alfredo Carricaberry Argentina     7
                Roberto Figueroa   Uruguay     7
                Segundo Luna          Argentina     7
                Pedro Petrone            Uruguay     7
                Héctor Scarone   Uruguay     7
1929 Aurelio González   Paraguay    5


Scottish cup


Celtic 4–3 Queen's Park Ibrox Park 15,000 [8][52]
1900–01 Heart of Midlothian 4–3 Celtic Ibrox Park 15,000 [8][53]
1901–02 Hibernian 1–0 Celtic Celtic Park 16,000 [8][54]
1902–03 Rangers 1–1 Heart of Midlothian Celtic Park 13,000 [8][55]
(R) Rangers 0–0 Heart of Midlothian Celtic Park 35,000 [8][56]
(SR) Rangers 2–0 Heart of Midlothian Celtic Park 30,000 [8][57]
1903–04 Celtic 3–2 Rangers Hampden Park 64,472 [8][58]
1904–05 Third Lanark 0–0 Rangers Hampden Park 54,000 [8][59]
(R) Third Lanark 3–1 Rangers Hampden Park 55,000 [8][60]
1905–06 Heart of Midlothian 1–0 Third Lanark Ibrox Park 30,000 [8][61]
1906–07 Celtic 3–0 Heart of Midlothian Hampden Park 50,000 [8][62]
1907–08 Celtic 5–1 St. Mirren Hampden Park 58,000 [8][63]
1909–10 Dundee 2–2 Clyde Ibrox Park 60,000 [8][64]
(R) Dundee 0–0 * Clyde Ibrox Park 25,000 [8][65]
(SR) Dundee 2–1 Clyde Ibrox Park 25,000 [8][66]
1910–11 Celtic 0–0 Hamilton Academical Ibrox Park 45,000 [8][67]
(R) Celtic 2–0 Hamilton Academical Ibrox Park 25,000 [8][68]
1911–12 Celtic 2–0 Clyde Ibrox Park 45,000 [8][69]
1912–13 Falkirk 2–0 Raith Rovers Celtic Park 45,000 [8][70]
1913–14 Celtic 0–0 Hibernian Ibrox Park 56,000 [8][71]
(R) Celtic 4–1 Hibernian Ibrox Park 40,000 [8][72]
1919–20 Kilmarnock 3–2 Albion Rovers Celtic Park 95,000 [8][73]
1920–21 Partick Thistle 1–0 Rangers Celtic Park 28,294 [8][74]
1921–22 Morton 1–0 Rangers Hampden Park 70,000 [8][75]
1922–23 Celtic 1–0 Hibernian Hampden Park 82,000 [8][76]
1923–24 Airdrieonians 2–0 Hibernian Ibrox Park 65,000 [8][77]
1924–25 Celtic 2–1 Dundee Hampden Park 75,317 [8][78]
1925–26 St. Mirren 2–0 Celtic Hampden Park 98,000 [8][79]
1926–27 Celtic 3–1 East Fife Hampden Park 80,070 [8][80]
1927–28 Rangers 4–0 Celtic Hampden Park 118,115 [8][81]
1928–29 Kilmarnock 1–0 Rangers Hampden Park 114,780


Ireland


Linfield Distillery unknown
1900–01 Distillery (3) Glentoran Belfast Celtic unknown
1901–02 Linfield (6) Glentoran Distillery unknown
1902–03 Distillery (4) Linfield Glentoran unknown
1903–04 Linfield (7) Distillery Glentoran unknown
1904–05 Glentoran (3) Belfast Celtic Linfield unknown
1905–06 Cliftonville (1)
Distillery (5) (title shared)
Linfield unknown
1906–07 Linfield (8) Shelbourne Distillery unknown
1907–08 Linfield (9) Cliftonville Glentoran unknown
1908–09 Linfield (10) Glentoran Shelbourne unknown
1909–10 Cliftonville (2) Belfast Celtic Linfield unknown
1910–11 Linfield (11) Glentoran Belfast Celtic unknown
1911–12 Glentoran (4) Distillery Belfast Celtic unknown
1912–13 Glentoran (5) Distillery Linfield unknown
1913–14 Linfield (12) Glentoran Belfast Celtic unknown
1914–15 Belfast Celtic (2) Glentoran Linfield unknown
1915–19 League suspended due to the First World War
1919–20 Belfast Celtic (3) Distillery Glentoran unknown
1920–21 Glentoran (6) Glenavon Linfield unknown
1921–22 Linfield (13) Glentoran Distillery unknown
1922–23 Linfield (14) Queen's Island Glentoran unknown
1923–24 Queen's Island (1) Distillery Linfield unknown
1924–25 Glentoran (7) Queen's Island Belfast Celtic unknown
1925–26 Belfast Celtic (4) Glentoran Larne unknown
1926–27 Belfast Celtic (5) Queen's Island Distillery Joe Bambrick (Glentoran) 28
1927–28 Belfast Celtic (6) Linfield Newry Town unknown
1928–29 Belfast Celtic (7) Linfield Glentoran Joe Bambrick (Linfield) 43



Argentina amateur era


English High School Lomas Athletic Belgrano Athletic
1901 Alumni Belgrano Athletic Quilmes
1902 Alumni Barracas Athletic Quilmes
1903 Alumni Belgrano Athletic Barracas Athletic
1904 Belgrano Athletic Alumni Lomas Athletic
1905 Alumni Belgrano Athletic Estudiantes (Buenos Aires)
1906 Alumni Lomas Athletic N/A
1907 Alumni Estudiantes (Buenos Aires) San Isidro
1908 Belgrano Athletic Alumni Argentino (Quilmes)
1909 Alumni River Plate Quilmes
1910 Alumni Porteño Belgrano Athletic
1911 Alumni Porteño San Isidro
1912 Quilmes San Isidro Racing
1912 FAF (*) Porteño Independiente Estudiantes
1913 Racing San Isidro River Plate
1913 FAF Estudiantes (LP) Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) Argentino (Quilmes)
1914 Racing Estudiantes (Buenos Aires) Boca Juniors
1914 FAF Porteño Estudiantes Independiente
1915 Racing San Isidro River Plate
1916 Racing Platense River Plate
1917 Racing River Plate Huracán
1918 Racing River Plate Boca Juniors
1919 Boca Juniors Estudiantes Huracán
1919 Aam (2*) Racing Vélez Sársfield River Plate
1920 Boca Juniors Banfield Huracán
1920 Aam River Plate Racing San Lorenzo
1921 Aam Racing River Plate Independiente
1921 Huracán Del Plata Boca Juniors
1922 Huracán Sportivo Palermo Boca Juniors
1922 Aam Independiente River Plate San Lorenzo
1923 Boca Juniors Huracán Sportivo Barracas
1923 Aam San Lorenzo Independiente River Plate
1924 Boca Juniors Temperley Dock Sud
1924 Aam San Lorenzo Gimnasia (La Plata) Independiente
1925 Huracán Nueva Chicago El Porvenir
1925 Aam Racing San Lorenzo Almagro
1926 Boca Juniors Argentinos Juniors Huracán
1926 Aam Independiente San Lorenzo Platense
1927 San Lorenzo Boca Juniors Lanús
1928 Huracán Boca Juniors Estudiantes
1929 Gimnasia (La Plata) Boca Juniors River Plate

Belgium


1899-00 Racing de Bruxelles FC Brugeois R Antwerp FC and CS Bruges
1900-01 Racing de Bruxelles K Beerschot VAC Léopold Club
1901-02 Racing de Bruxelles Léopold Club R Union Saint-Gilloise
1902-03 Racing de Bruxelles R Union Saint-Gilloise K Beerschot VAC
1903-04 R Union Saint-Gilloise Racing de Bruxelles FC Brugeois
1904-05 R Union Saint-Gilloise Racing de Bruxelles FC Brugeois
1905-06 R Union Saint-Gilloise FC Brugeois Racing de Bruxelles
1906-07 R Union Saint-Gilloise Racing de Bruxelles FC Brugeois
1907-08 Racing de Bruxelles R Union Saint-Gilloise FC Brugeois
1908-09 R Union Saint-Gilloise Daring Club de Bruxelles FC Brugeois
1909-10 R Union Saint-Gilloise FC Brugeois CS Brugeois
1910-11 CS Brugeois FC Brugeois Daring Club de Bruxelles
1911-12 Daring Club de Bruxelles U Saint-Gilloise Racing de Bruxelles
1912-13 R Union Saint-Gilloise Daring Club de Bruxelles Racing de Bruxelles
1913-14 Daring Club de Bruxelles R Union Saint-Gilloise CS Brugeois
1915-19                 League suspended due to the First World War
1919-20 FC Brugeois U Saint-Gilloise Daring Club de Bruxelles
1920-21 Daring Club de Bruxelles SR R Union Saint-Gilloise K Beerschot VAC
1921-22 K Beerschot VAC R Union Saint-Gilloise R Antwerp FC
1922-23 R Union Saint-Gilloise SR K Beerschot VAC CS Brugeois
1923-24 K Beerschot VAC R Union Saint-Gilloise SR CS Brugeois
1924-25 K Beerschot VAC R Antwerp FC R Union Saint-Gilloise SR
1925-26 K Beerschot VAC R Standard Liege Daring Club de Bruxelles SR
1926-27 RCS Brugeois K Beerschot VAC R Standard Liege
1927-28 K Beerschot VAC R Standard Liege RCS Brugeois
1928-29 R Antwerp FC K Beerschot VAC RC de Malines


France
Year         Winner     Runner up

1899-00 Le Havre Club Français
1900–01 Standard Athletic Club Le Havre
1901–02 Roubaix RCF Paris
1902–03 Roubaix RCF Paris
1903–04 Roubaix Suisse Paris
1904–05 Gallia Club Paris Roubaix
1905–06 Roubaix CA Paris
1906–07 RCF Paris Roubaix
1907–08 Roubaix RCF Paris
1908–09 Helvétique Marseille CA Paris
1909–10 Tourcoing Helvétique Marseille
1910–11 Helvétique Marseille RCF Paris
1911–12 Saint-Raphaël AS Française
1912–13 Helvétique Marseille Rouen
1913–14 Olympique Lillois Sète
1918–19 Le Havre Marseille
1926–27 CA Paris Amiens AC Marseille
1927–28[nb 1] Stade Français
1928–29 Marseille Club Français

Germany


Year   Champions Score Runners-up Venue
1903 VfB Leipzig 7–2 Deutscher FC Prag Hamburg-Altona
1904 unresolved protest – not played per DFB n/a Kassel
1905 Union Berlin 2–0 Karlsruher FV Köln-Merheim
1906 VfB Leipzig 2–1 Pforzheim Nuremberg
1907 Freiburger FC 3–1 Viktoria Berlin Mannheim
1908 Viktoria Berlin 3–0 Stuttgarter Kickers Berlin-Tempelhof
1909 Phönix Karlsruhe 4–2 Viktoria Berlin Breslau
1910 Karlsruher FV (0–0) 1–0 * Holstein Kiel Köln
1911 Viktoria Berlin 3–1 VfB Leipzig Dresden
1912 Holstein Kiel 1–0 Karlsruher FV Hamburg-Hoheluft
1913 VfB Leipzig 3–1 Duisburger SpV München-Sendling
1914 SpVgg Fürth (2–2) 3–2 * VfB Leipzig Magdeburg
1915 suspended – World War I n/a
1916 suspended – World War I n/a
1917 suspended – World War I n/a
1918 suspended – World War I n/a
1919 suspended – World War I n/a
1920 1. FC Nuremberg 2–0 SpVgg Fürth Frankfurt
1921 1. FC Nuremberg 5–0 Berliner FC Vorwärts 1890 Düsseldorf
1922 Hamburger SV  (1–1)n/a 1. FC Nuremberg — Berlin
                Hamburger SV  (2–2)1. FC Nuremberg - Leipzig-Probstheida
declined – per agreement with DFB

1923 Hamburger SV 3–0 Union Oberschöneweide Berlin
1924 1. FC Nuremberg 2–0 Hamburger SV Berlin
1925 1. FC Nuremberg (0–0) 1–0 * FSV Frankfurt Frankfurt
1926 SpVgg Fürth 4–1 Hertha BSC Frankfurt
1927 1. FC Nuremberg 2–0 Hertha BSC Berlin
1928 Hamburger SV 5–2 Hertha BSC Hamburg-Altona
1929 SpVgg Fürth 3–2 Hertha BSC Nuremberg


Italy

1900 Genoa FC Torinese
1901 Milan Genoa
1902 Genoa Milan
1903 Genoa Juventus
1904 Genoa Juventus
1905 Juventus Genoa
1906 Milan Juventus
1907 Milan Torino
1908 Juventus Andrea Doria - Campionato federale. Non è stato a posteriori riconosciuto come valevole per lo scudetto.
1908 Pro Vercelli US Milanese
Girone finale.
1909 Pro Vercelli US Milanese
Finale per il 3º posto non disputata.
1909 Juventus US Milanese - Campionato italiano. Non è stato a posteriori riconosciuto come valevole per lo scudetto.
1909-1910 Inter Pro Vercelli
Spareggio a Vercelli:
 Pro Vercelli- Inter 3-10.
1910-1911 Pro Vercelli Vicenza -
1911-1912 Pro Vercelli Venezia -
1912-1913 Pro Vercelli Lazio -
1913-1914 Casale Lazio
1914-1915 Genoa[2] Lazio
 Internazionale Napoli - Finale Sud e Finalissima nazionale non disputate per la guerra.
 Lazio e  Internazionale Napoli proclamate a pari merito Campioni dell'Italia Meridionale dalla FIGC.
1915-1916 Milan Juventus
Non assegnava lo scudetto, essendo soltanto un torneo sostitutivo del campionato non disputato per la guerra.
1916-1917 - - - Campionato non disputato per la guerra.
Si disputarono soltanto Campionati Regionali organizzati dai rispettivi Comitati Regionali.
1917-1918 - - - Campionato non disputato per la guerra.
L'unico campionato regionale disputato sembrerebbe sia stato quello della Lombardia e fu vinto dal  Milan.
1918-1919 - - - Campionato non disputato per la guerra.
L'unico campionato regionale disputato sembrerebbe sia stato quello della Lombardia e fu vinto dal  Legnano.
1919-1920 Inter Livorno -
1920-1921 Pro Vercelli Pisa -
1921-1922 (F.I.G.C.) Novese Sampierdarenese -
1921-1922 (C.C.I.) Pro Vercelli Fortitudo -
Finalissima tra le vincenti di Lega Nord e Lega Sud.
1922-1923 Genoa Lazio -
1923-1924 Genoa Savoia -
1924-1925 Bologna Alba Roma
1925-1926 Juventus Alba Roma
1926-1927 - Bologna Juventus
Titolo revocato al  Torino[3]
1927-1928 Torino Genoa .
1928-1929 Bologna Torino -


Topscorers


1901            4 goals      Umberto Malvano (Juventus)

1923–24     22 goals     Austria Heinrich Schönfeld (Torino)

1924–25     19 goals     Italy Mario Magnozzi (Livorno)

1925–26     35 goals     Hungary Ferenc Hirzer (Juventus)

1926–27     22 goals     Austria Anton Powolny (Inter)

1927–28     35 goals     Argentina Julio Libonatti (Torino)

1928–29     36 goals     Italy Gino Rossetti (Torino)

Spain Copa del Rey



Finals

Season Location          Champion Runner-up Score

1903 Hipódromo, Madrid Athletic Bilbao Real Madrid 3–2
1904 Tiro de Pichón, Madrid Athletic Bilbao No final
1905 Tiro de Pichón, Madrid Real Madrid Athletic Bilbao No final
1906 Hipódromo, Madrid Real Madrid Athletic Bilbao No final
1907 Hipódromo, Madrid Real Madrid Bizcaya 1–0
1908 O'Donnell, Madrid Real Madrid Real Vigo Sporting 2–1
1909 O'Donnell, Madrid Ciclista Español de Madrid 3–1
1910 Ondarreta, San Sebastián Athletic Bilbao Vasconia No final
1910 Tiro de Pichón, Madrid Barcelona Español de Madrid No final
1911 Jolaseta, Bilbao Athletic Bilbao Espanyol 3–1
1912 La Industria, Barcelona Barcelona Gimnástica 2–0
1913 O'Donnell, Madrid Racing de Irún Athletic Bilbao 1–0
1913 La Industria, Barcelona Barcelona Real Sociedad 2–1
1914 Amute, Irún Athletic Bilbao Espanya 2–1
1915 Amute, Irún Athletic Bilbao Espanyol 5–0
1916 La Industria, Barcelona Athletic Bilbao Real Madrid 4–0
1917 La Industria, Barcelona Real Madrid Arenas 2–1
1918 O'Donnell, Madrid Real Unión Real Madrid 2–0
1919 Martínez Campos, Madrid Arenas Barcelona 5–2
1920 El Molinón, Gijón Barcelona Athletic Bilbao 2–0
1921 San Mamés, Bilbao Athletic Bilbao Atlético Madrid 4–1
1922 Coia, Vigo Barcelona Real Unión 5–1
1923 Les Corts, Barcelona Athletic Bilbao Europa 1–0
1924 Atotxa, San Sebastián Real Unión Real Madrid 1–0
1925 Reina Victoria, Sevilla Barcelona Arenas 2–0
1926 Mestalla, Valencia Barcelona Atlético Madrid 3–2
1927 Torreo, Zaragoza Real Unión Arenas 1–0
1928 El Sardinero, Santander Barcelona Real Sociedad 3–1
1929 Mestalla, Valencia Espanyol Real Madrid 2–1




Uruguay


Season Champion (Title count) Runner-up Third place

1900 CURCC (1) Albion Uruguay Athletic
1901 CURCC (2) Nacional Uruguay Athletic
1902 Nacional (1) CURCC Deutscher
1903 Nacional (2) CURCC Deutscher
1904 No Tournament[AE 1]

1905 CURCC (3) Nacional Montevideo Wanderers
1906 Montevideo Wanderers (1) CURCC Nacional
1907 CURCC (4) Montevideo Wanderers River Plate FC
1908 River Plate FC (1) Montevideo Wanderers Nacional
1909 Montevideo Wanderers (2) CURCC River Plate FC
1910 River Plate FC (2) CURCC Nacional
1911 CURCC (5) Montevideo Wanderers Nacional
1912 Nacional (3) CURCC Montevideo Wanderers
1913 River Plate FC (3) Nacional Peñarol
1914 River Plate FC (4) Peñarol Nacional
1915 Nacional (4) Peñarol Universal
1916 Nacional (5) Peñarol Montevideo Wanderers
1917 Nacional (6) Peñarol Universal
1918 Peñarol (6) Nacional Universal
1919 Nacional (7) Universal Peñarol
1920 Nacional (8) Peñarol Central Español
1921 Peñarol (7) Nacional Universal
1922 Nacional (9) Montevideo Wanderers Rampla Juniors
1923 Nacional (10) Rampla Juniors Bella Vista
1924 Nacional (11) Bella Vista Rampla Juniors
1925 Not finished[AE 2]
1926 No official tournament[AE 3]
1927 Rampla Juniors (1) Peñarol Nacional
1928 Peñarol (8) Rampla Juniors Nacional
1929 Peñarol (9) Nacional Defensor Sporting


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